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Calculations: Bill and Dave Tutored on HP 70
Lynn Tillman (second from left) and Janet Loustanou (far right) gave Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard a tutorial on the HP 70 financial calculator. Tillman, a lab development manager, was responsible for ...
Carly Fiorina Becomes HP’s CEO
Carly Fiorina succeeded Lew Platt as Hewlett-Packard’s CEO in 1999, making her not just the first woman to lead HP, but the first woman to lead a Fortune 50 company. It was a fitting milestone to set ...
Caroline Kusske: A Winding Wiz
Caroline Kusske soldered a connection on a 400A range switch, a winding machine built in the company shops. Kusske retired in 1960 after more than 16 years at Hewlett-Packard Company. “Caroline helped ...
Celebrating Life’s Milestones at HP
Office camaraderie extended beyond work tasks. Hewlett-Packard employees have a long history of celebrating life’s major milestones, including baby showers for some women coworkers.
Channel Surfing: HP 3421A
The 3421A Data Acquisition/Control Unit (silver, by the subject’s knee) could measure voltage, resistance and frequency for up to 30 channels. Developed originally for the 41C calculator (shown here i ...
Company Celebrations at HP
Company celebrations were a common occurrence at Hewlett-Packard by the mid-twentieth century. Both company celebrations and informal employee events exhibited a certain flair in their execution.
Condoleezza Rice on HP Board
Condoleezza Rice was the first woman to serve as National Security Advisor, the first Black woman to serve as Secretary of State and the first woman of color to serve on the Hewlett-Packard board of d ...
Constructing a Cathode-Ray Tube
Workers assembled cathode-ray tube electron guns required for the 175A oscilloscope. By the early 1960s, the HP Tube Lab produced virtually all CRTs used in Hewlett-Packard oscilloscopes. Women were a ...
Easily Conveyed: Moseley Production
Production employees went to work on the conveyor line at the Moseley division facility. The division was Hewlett-Packard’s first foray into the printing and imaging industry, following Hewlett-Packar ...
Edna MacLean: HP’s First Female Engineer
In 1953, Edna MacLean became Hewlett-Packard’s first female engineer after she graduated from Stanford University. MacLean had been working for HP as a part-time lab technician in R&D while she comple ...